Flooring Services in Preston

Need help with your next flooring installation project? Whether you’re looking for vinyl planks for flooring or carpet tile, so carpets have the selection of flooring at Preston and the know-how to get it under your feet. We’ll coordinate with professional independent installers who’ll be with you throughout the whole installation process, from initial measurement to haul away and everything in between. Our installers can handle a variety of flooring, including laminate flooring, hardwood flooring, vinyl flooring, and carpet. If you’re considering floor tile, we can help with tiling, too. Love the look of real hardwood but looking for a cost-effective alternative? Wood laminate flooring creates a natural wood look that’s budget-friendly and durable enough for high traffic areas of your home — meaning it can stand up to daily wear and tear. Whatever route you decide to take with your floors, let Flooring Preston lend a hand.

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    Types of Flooring

    There are dozens of types available, let’s take a look at the flooring our company provides :

    1. Hardwood

    Hardwood flooring is made from one single piece of hardwood cut from a tree of your choice. Most commonly, you’ll find floors made from oak, cherry, or walnut, but there are several additional solid wood options to choose from.

    1. Engineered Wood

    Engineered hardwood is a more affordable alternative to solid hardwood, they look like solid hardwood but have better moisture resistance.

    1. Bamboo

    Although it falls under the general category of hardwood, most manufacturers put bamboo flooring in a class of its own. The sustainable option has a comparable hardness to oak and is an eco-friendly option for your home

    1. Laminate

    If you love the look of hardwood, but just can’t work the cost into your budget, laminate flooring might be an attractive option.

    1. Linoleum

    When most people picture linoleum floors, they picture kitchens from the 1970s with slick-looking surfaces.

    1. Cork

    Cork floor is another option if you wish to opt for something that has a small environmental impact.

    Our Range of Carpets

    Ceramic tile is one of the most versatile flooring types. Its many colors, textures, shapes, and sizes make it an option that could coordinate well with any room in your home.

    There are four different types of tiles to choose from.

    1. Glazed Ceramic
    2. Quarry Tile.
    3. Porcelain Tile
    4. Terracotta Tile
    5. Carpet

    Carpeting is another common and versatile option. It comes in more colors and textures than any other potential choices and is woven from a variety of materials.

    Carpeting, including carpet tiles, can be made from a variety of materials, though wool is most common. Here are the other choices.

    1. Wool
    2. Nylon
    3. Acrylic
    4. Polyester
    5. Polypropylene

    If you’re looking for an option that can stand up to indoor/outdoor living, a carpet made from polypropylene might be the right choice. It’s the most resistant to stains, moisture, and mildew, and if you install it without a carpet pad, it will work well in an outdoor space.

    1. Stone

    One of the most expensive flooring options are stone. This high-quality option adds a luxurious look to any space.

    Floor tiles are made from many different types of stone including marble, travertine, ledger, granite, slate, and limestone. Softer stone likes sandstone won’t resist moisture as well as harder stone like granite or marble.

    1. Vinyl

    Vinyl is known to be resilient flooring. Vinyl provides a flexible and cushioned floor surface that is durable and maintenance-free.

    1. Polished Concrete

    Polished concrete flooring is a new design trend, especially in modern homes. Some people even add colors, stains, or dyes to the surface before polishing to add color to the floor.

    All of the floorings are provided by Flooring Preston

    Rooms that Require Careful Flooring Considerations

    Whether you’re building a new home or making changes to your existing one, your needs may vary throughout your primary living spaces. Here are the areas of special interest.

    1. Kitchens

    Many people consider the kitchen to be the heart of the home. In this high-traffic space, it’s important to choose a floor type that is both durable and easy to clean and maintain.

    Generally, good choices in the kitchen are ceramic tile, natural stone, linoleum, and wood that has been treated to be water-resistant.

    1. Bathrooms

    While moisture is a consideration in your kitchen, so. Choosing a material that can stand up to daily contact with water is very important.

    Marble flooring, ceramic tile or natural stone tiles made from limestone, or other stone flooring options like granite are popular choices in this space

    For a less expensive option, vinyl tiles are also appropriate, though not as durable as tile or stone.

    1. Living Areas

    In the living areas of your home, like the family room, dining room, and bedrooms, you have dozens of possibilities.

    The best way to start to narrow down your options is to determine your budget and look at swatches online to see what styles, colors, and materials most appeal to you.